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A kingdom to disappear PyogenesisCD

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Pyogenesis
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Product Details

CategoryCDs
ThemeBands
GenreAlternative/Indie
EditionLimited Edition
Media formatCD
Media PackagingBox Set
Available since 24.02.2017
Product code349093

This special box set is limited to just 500 editions and scores big with the following content:

- Digipak CD
- Compass in high-quality casket
- Hand-written liner notes from Flo V. Schwarz
- A3 poster (folded)
- Signed autograph card
- Certificate of authenticity

The next Pyogenesis album 'A Kingdom To Disappear' is at the starting gate. Flo V. Schwarz and co. surprise once again with this multi-layered work.

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Culmination of pyogenesis

An intro that's called “Sleep is Good" is the beginning and it's an unusual one. However, what comes next feels like a big step back in time. "Every Man for Himself and God Against " shows some raging guitars and deep growls. I seriously had to check if I've chosen the right album. The more melodic chorus helps to get the dust settled, meaning Pyogenesis as we know them the late 90’s are shining through more and more. However, the death metal moments still spicing up the brutal and thrilling opener.
After such a well-done musical tornado the rest of the album feels like a refreshing breeze. One exception though. “Blaze by Northern Flame” brings back the growls, something you actually can expect from a song with such a title. These two songs are real highlights. This doesn’t mean that the rest of the album can’t live up to the standard. Not at all. None of the … tracks on the album is a weak and bloodless piece of music. Each song includes quite some excitement and even the acoustic break “New Helvetia” is a nice moment of leaning back.
“A Kingdom to Disappear” became a solid alternative rock/metal album that bridges the early days with the here and now by including all the different phases of this special band. Good stuff and good to have them back.

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